For example, consider yesterday's big feature article in the Washington Post about professional clam-diver Heather Purser, a strawberry-blonde Suquamish Indian, who convinced her tribe in 2011 to approve gay marriage.
What animals are carved on them?
And what exactly are those beavers about to do to each other?
That's the $69 Question.
Seriously, everybody is supposed to be into Big Data now for pattern recognition, but nobody is supposed to notice stereotypes. So, not much computes.